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In Current medical imaging

BACKGROUND : During the life of a woman, 8% of women are diagnosed with Breast cancer. (BC) BC is the second most common cause of death in both developed and undeveloped countries. BC is characterized by the mutation of genes, constant pain, changes in the size, color(redness), and skin texture of breasts. Classification of breast cancer leads pathologists to find a systematic and objective prognostic, generally the most frequent classification is binary (benign/malignant).

INTRODUCTION : Machine Learning (ML) techniques are being broadly used in the breast cancer classification problem. They provide high classification accuracy and effective diagnostic capabilities. Breast cancer remains one of the top diseases that lead to thousands of death in women every year. Artificial intelligence (AI) has been utilized for early diagnosis, and rapid, and accurately identifying breast tumors. The objective of this paper is to research, determine and classify these tumors.

METHOD : Machine learning algorithm such as Random Forest (RF) is used to classify medical images into malignant and benign. Moreover, Machine learning has been employed recently for the same purpose.

RESULT : The results showed that Random Forest achieved high accuracy, therefore, the researchers utilized various functions for this algorithm and added more features such as bagging and boosting to increase its efficacy. Conclusion The random Forest algorithm, therefore, achieved an enhanced accuracy of 98%.

S Safia Naveed


Artificial Intelligence, Breast cancer, Classification, Machine Learning , Random Forest, SVM